Poems About: ANNIVERSARY
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337.A Gala Celebration
Sound the trumpets, beat the drums
for across the Atlantic
Five Felicians have come.
"What is their mission?" read more »Sister M. Marcy Baldys, CSSF
338.Gerald's Promise (A True Experience)
A long time ago in the year of 1991
My love took sick, I knew not what of
Four dream's of future showed me he'd leave,
And drop behind Death's veil and I, be left alone read more »Susan Renee Layne
339.Happy Bonus Days
It's great to wake each morn,
Each day a new surprise,
The morning sun is shining
So open up your eyes. read more »Joe Holthaus
340.Commercials Make Me Cry
Commercials make me cry,
So do articles about talented men
Who, at age 44
of a massive heart attack read more »Noemi Lee
341.My Sweetness In Life!
Chocolates attract the female persuasion...
Chocolates mark anniversary's occasion!
Sweetness in you runs completely over
flowed, Sweet thing, is how you are known! read more »Michael Gale
Will others remember me
When from this Mortal Life I slip?
As I remember those of my forebears,
Who did before me live. read more »Jonathan Goldman a.k.a JGthepoet
Come and paint for your friends
Show your passion for the colors
The vibrancy of colors for everyone to see
The Orange and blue combination, maybe. read more »hariharans sundaram
344.Nine Eleven Is The Day Of Days Gone Foreign To Heart Felt Angels Fallen.
On this annual anniversary spent in time of six unspent unhappy years..
Will disaster of another type come around with instilled feelings of terrorable fears?
Daughters and sons and friends of all... read more »Michael Gale
Follow me to the end of the rainbow,
then you’ll know, and the world will see. read more »Melvina Germain
What's the purpose of writing down something,
So as not to forget
When doing so is forgotten,
And remembering it one quits! read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
347.Anniversary Of Flirtation
Imitating the waves,
I try to end the attachment
touching the shores,
then moving away. read more »Satish Verma
348.The House That Lives To Haunt (Halloween)
Once upon a time not so long ago, they say
there lived a haunted house up on a hill. One day
an old man of ninety built this house of grey rock
right on top of the town's cemetery en bloc. read more »Kristin Nicole RothDavis